Controversial Memphis radio host Thaddeus Matthews took his beef with Pastor Frederick Smith to new heights in a viral video posted on Facebook.com page yesterday.
The beleaguered National Football League can’t seem to get anything right. The NFL was once again targeted by the liberal media and football fans when an official flagged Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah for praying in the end zone after a touchdown during ABC’s Monday Night Football telecast between the New England Patriots and the Chiefs.
East View High School Football player Apollos Hester gave an inspirational, uplifting interview after his team defeated Vandegrift by one point.
If it weren’t for her tremendous courage, bravery, and the compassion of Christians all over the world, Meriam Ibrahim would not be alive today.
Sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to recant her Christian faith, Meriam, her husband and their 2 children, toddler Martin and infant Maya who was born in prison, arrived in Italy on Thursday.
An Italian diplomat who accompanied the family from Sudan said Italy relied on its historic ties within the Horn of Africa region to negotiate Ibrahim’s release.
With the stroke of a pen yesterday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order beefing up “sexual orientation” employee protections that already exist within the federal government.
The new executive order gives protections to gays, bisexuals, and transsexual employees of federal contractors. The executive order does not include religious exemptions — meaning Catholic, Jewish and Muslim organizations that do business with the federal government cannot fire employees whose sexual preferences conflict with the organizations’ religious morals or beliefs.
Superstar rapper Nicki Minaj‘s mother, Carol Maraj, says prayer and her strong Christian faith are the keys to Queens, N.Y. born Onika Maraj’s success.
In an interview with Christianpost.com. Carol said, “I believe by her acknowledging the power of prayer, and her strong desire to tithe together with a praying mother, contributed to her success.”
Sudanese Christian Meriam Yahya Ibrahim, who was sentenced to death for refusing to renounce her faith, was freed on June 23.
Ibrahim and her children — 2-year-old Martin and a daughter who was born in captivity last month — were secreted away to a safe house after their release. Her life was still in danger: her own family member had threatened to kill her if the government didn’t.